- The Washington Times - Wednesday, May 24, 2006

From confusing data released by the American Medical Association, The Washington Times in its March 9 editions misreported the number of college students who said in a survey that it was easy to get alcohol while on spring break. The Times said 92 percent of 664 respondents made such a statement. However, this percentage referred only to the 174 respondents who actually went on spring break.

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